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PostPosted: 27 May 2018, 12:11 
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As someone going into modern defense inspired by the greats such as Joo Saehyuk, Gionis Panagiotis, and Ruwen Filus, I have to choose a good backhand chopping rubber. At the top of my price range are some of the most esteemed L.P. rubbers in the world -- Butterfly Feint Long III, and TSP Curl P1-3/Alpha 3. My question is, which one of these rubbers do you think is best suited for a modern defender? I heard Joo Saehyuk uses Curl P1, Gionis uses Feint Long II, and Ruwen Filus uses Feint Long III... :^)


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FL3 or P1R are often used for long range defensive chopping.

Not P3 Alpha, that's more of a blocking LP.

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